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HIT Policy Committee . Governance Workgroup Update John Lumpkin, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Chair September 14, 2010. HITECH Calls for Governance Mechanism. HITECH directed the National Coordinator to “establish a governance mechanism for the nationwide health information network*.”

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Hit policy committee

HIT Policy Committee

Governance Workgroup Update

John Lumpkin, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Chair

September 14, 2010


Hitech calls for governance mechanism
HITECH Calls for Governance Mechanism

  • HITECH directed the National Coordinator to “establish a governance mechanism for the nationwide health information network*.”

  • Proposed rulemaking would identify governance mechanism(s) that:

    • Engender trust;

    • Assure effectiveness;

    • Meet or exceed consumer expectations; and

    • Promote and facilitate use of the nationwide health information network.

      * The name Nationwide Health Information Network will be changed in Fall 2010.


Governance workgroup purpose
Governance Workgroup Purpose

  • CHARGE: To draft a set of recommendations on the scope and process of governance for the nationwide health information network, including measures to ensure accountability and oversight.

  • Related purposes:

    • To provide recommendations to engender trust in the nationwide health information network (“Network”) and to promote and enable broader participation;

    • To inform development of a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM); and

    • To provide comment on the NPRM when it is issued.


Governance workgroup members
Governance Workgroup Members

  • John Lumpkin, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (Chair)

  • Laura Adams, Rhode Island Quality Institute

  • Christine Bechtel, National Partnership for Women & Families

  • Neil Calman, Institute for Family Health

  • Carol Diamond, Markle Foundation

  • Linda Fischetti, Department of Veterans Affairs

  • John Glaser, Siemens

  • Leslie Harris, Center for Democracy and Technology

  • John Houston, University of Pittsburgh; NCVHS

  • Michael Matthews, MedVirginia

  • John Mattison, Kaiser Permanente

  • Girish Kumar Navani, eClinicalWorks

  • Tim O’Reilly, O’Reilly Media

  • Wes Rishel, Gartner


Governance workgroup deliverables
Governance Workgroup Deliverables

  • Deliverables:

    • Governance hearing (September 28)

    • Initial recommendations presented to HITPC (October 20)

    • Final recommendations presented to HITPC (November 19)

    • Hearing and comments on NPRM (Q2 / Q3 2011)


Governance workgroup timeline
Governance Workgroup Timeline

  • Gov WG Recommendations (11/19/10) ONC Artifacts:

  • NPRM Comment Period (Q2/Q3 2011)) WG scope and framing materials

    Hearing / panel outline

    Workgroup Artifacts:

    Hearing agenda / questions

    Governance recommendations

Webinars on Governance

Q2 / Q3

2012

Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec 2011

10/21– WG presents draft recs to HITPC

8/12 - Gov WG Kickoff

9/3 – WG Call

WG Comments on NPRM

11/19 HITPC approves recs

9/28 – Governance Hearing

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Governance hearing outline
Governance Hearing Outline

  • Panel 1: Governance models in other domains (e.g., ecommerce, banking, etc.)

  • Panels 2 and 3: Implementers of health information exchange regarding governance experiences, issues and needs related to three domains:

    • Trust

    • Interoperability

    • Accountability, enforcement and oversight 

  • Panels 4 and 5: Entities today that are performing governance functions (e.g., OCR, FTC, state entities, Exchange Coordinating Committee, etc.)

  • Public Comment

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